This project is part 2 of the third phase of the Pathways to Law programme to inspire and support academically able students in years 12 and 13 from non-privileged backgrounds interested in a career in law. The programme links some 400 young people a year to universities and guides them to apply for a place in a law faculty. The programme includes work placements with law firms and other organisations law departments.
Increase Public Understanding
Advance High Quality Thinking
Increase Access to Employment
Less Advantaged Backgrounds
Implications of Brexit
Legal Needs in Healthcare Settings
Influence the Online Court
Develop Robust Evidence Base
Understand Role of Technology
Law Reform, Policy and Regulation
Communications to Disseminate Learning
Staffordshire North and Stoke-on-Trent Citizens Advice Bureaux
June 23, 2014
To prepare a report on the lessons learnt from providing training placements for social work students in law centres.